Though it is not without its critics, the California bullet train project finally pulled out of the station, in theory anyway, as the governor, state officials, contractors and union leaders gathered in Fresno for the project’s ground-breaking ceremony.
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For many small- and medium-sized business owners, February marks tax preparation and filing time. Of course there are some last-minute filers who delay until mid-April. But business owners who are on top of their financial and operational affairs recognize February as the time to prepare.
Risk is inherent in every business transaction to one degree or another. Accidents happen, companies go belly-up, bosses quit without warning, and a sure-thing becomes a not-a-chance. This is the nature of commerce. While risk can never be completely eliminated, it can be assessed, managed, and mitigated.
Our latest infographic explains the benefits of oil and gas financing and how factoring provides dependable and consistent cash flow to cover the many costs related to the oil and gas industry.
Oil prices have plummeted recently, which has caused a ripple effect throughout the global economy. A wide number of reasons contribute to the steep price decline, including the widespread adoption of new drilling technologies (fracking), geopolitical issues, international oil production policies and more.
The month of November in 2014 was one of the best months for hiring of recent record, and from the numbers, the growth looks to be more than temporary hiring help. Industry experts are now saying that the entire year of 2014 exceeded hiring expectations, and November has proven to be the best month yet.
Our latest infographic provides a breakdown of how freight factoring helps trucking companies. Freight factoring provides steady cash flow to cover the many costs related to the transportation industry.
Every January starts off with bold New Year’s resolutions and even bolder New Year predictions, and 2015 is no different. Though your new year predictions may depend on whether you are an optimist, pessimist or realist, economics and industry experts across the nation have their own predictions to share about the year ahead.
Now that 2015 is upon us and like most business owners, you have probably put together some new year’s resolutions to improve businesses process and procedures for the next 12 months. After all, making positive changes is what the New Year is all about. Here are a few ways alternative financing can help make your new year’s resolutions come true:
Depending on your industry, the month of December can be crazy busy with high volume sales and managing all that inventory. On the other hand, if your business isn’t in retail, wholesaling, distribution or manufacturing, business can be dreadfully slow. Yet these relaxed periods can be perfect for planning – financially and otherwise — for the year ahead. Ending the year by tying up any loose ends and laying out an operational roadmap for the year ahead is just smart business.